Band of Heathens Live at Perron 55 on 2009-02-01
The Band Of Heathens
Perron 55, Venlo, Holland
FM signal directed to the Edirol > SD > PC. This comes from two different broadcasts
Editing with Adobe Audition. Unforntunately the host talks while the music is playing sometimes.
Flaced (level8) with TLH.
1. (Is Anybody Going To) San Antone (Dave Kirby/Glenn Martin)
3. Walking and Talking
4. Rehab Facility
5. One More Step
7. Millionaire (Kevin Welch)
8. Jackson Station
10. Sin City
11. What's This World
12. Shine A Light On Me
13. Somebody Tell The Truth
14. Unsleeping Eye
15. 40 Days
16. Jenny Was A Keeper
the band of heathens:
Ed Jurdi: vocals, guitars, banjo, piano
Gordy Quist: vocals, guitars
Colin Brooks: vocals, guitars, dobro, lap steel, mandolin
Seth Whitney: Bass
John Chipman: Drums, Percussion
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The new album "One Foot In The Ether" drops 9/15/09!
Collection BandofHeathensBand/Artist Band of HeathensVenue Perron 55Location Venlo, The NetherlandsSource FM masterLineage FM signal directed to the Edirol > SD > PCTransferred by JuergenF
July 27, 2010
Glad I checked 'em out!
Thanx to those responsible for this wonderful recording. Echoes to the previous reviewer. I only knew these guys by name and am happy I gave a listen. Great stuff. I'll give 5 stars (possibly a 1st when listening to a band the 1st time) despite the fades. I am playing Walking and Talking and Tell the Truth on my radio show this week. Peace
Assembly of Heathens
January 4, 2010
Despite a couple issues...
This is really worth keeping. Yes, the radio announcer is a bit unfortunate but I kinda like it at the beginning -- nice way to start a live BoH "mix tape". The sound quality/mix are absolutely perfect. The performance is great. The ONLY reason I can't give 5 stars is the fact that Jackson and Jenny fade out. Ignoring those two tracks on this recording, while very disappointing, it's still an extremely satisfying listen.